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Crash in Polk County kills Georgia man

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A crash in Polk County claimed the life of a Georgia man on Friday.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol said 71-year-old Larry Underwood from Tennga, Georgia was driving south on Highway 411 when his car hydroplaned, went across the northbound lane, and struck a tree.

Troopers said he died at the scene.

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